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NBA Rumors: Greg Monroe To San Antonio Spurs Next Summer?

NBA Rumors: Greg Monroe To San Antonio Spurs Next Summer?
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NBA Rumors: Greg Monroe To San Antonio Spurs Next Summer?

Greg Monroe continues to go with the flow as he heads into next season with a murky future with the Milwaukee Bucks. With the 26-year-old center failing to meet expectations, it seems almost imminent that he will end up playing for another team soon.

Greg Monroe continues to go with the flow as he heads into next season with a murky future with the Milwaukee Bucks. With the 26-year-old center failing to meet expectations, it seems almost imminent that he will end up playing for another team soon.

The only question is when so all critics can do right now is speculate. Looking over the issues tied up to Monroe, the former Georgetown University standout could use some mentoring. Looking over the list of influential coaches right now, no one stands out better that San Antonio Spurs Gregg Popovich.

Will The Spurs Reel Greg Monroe In?

San Antonio could be a sensible place for Monroe seeing he may have a place in the roster soon. Tim Duncan has retired, David West is out and Pau Gasol is likely to retire in a couple of years.

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The only big man right now is LaMarcus Aldridge so adding another big man in Monroe makes a lot of sense. With the guidance of Popovich, the impact that Monroe is missing could be developed, reviving his stock which spiraled when he signed up with the Bucks last season, Hoops Habit reported.

The Spurs do have Dewayne Dedmon right now but he isn’t seen as someone who fits the bill of a long-term solution. Greg Monroe showed a lot of promise when he was with the Detroit Pistons and the task is for him to rediscover the same level of efficiency which was lost in Milwaukee.

Monroe will be getting a feel of coming off the bench prior to the regular season though all of it is a seen nothing more than a common practice by head coach Jason Kidd. He normally lets the starters come off the bench in an effort to see which regular season bench players have potential for the coming season, CBS reported.

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